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Ruby is an open-source dynamic and general-purpose programming language that is similar to languages like Perl, Lisp, Python and Smalltalk. On oDesk, the world’s largest online workplace, companies hire Ruby freelancers for various Ruby development projects, from web applications and threaded database servers to chart libraries, desktop GUI applications and image recognition engines.
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I would like to offer you my deep knowledge of servers hardware and software, which allows me to fine-tune servers according to their roles, and my ability to anticipate and solve problems in shortest time possible. No Windows please, Unices only, Linux preferrable. Lately my main point of interest has shifted to deploying and maintaining web projects in cloud environments. I am developing monitoring / management tool ( http://m-script.org ) and supporting existing installations, but I am very well familiar with all well known alternatives from both monitoring and cloud management side, so no problem to implement any of them. The point is, I know very well how it works. And how it doesn't, too :) I am interested in any system administration work, especially in cloud environments. The more challenging you setup is going to be, the better. Automated scalability, cross-clouds deployments, combination of traditional and dynamically scalable resources, DNS/Geo balancing - everything is possible, just let me know your needs.
Murshed A. Agency Contractor
I am passionate about solving problems by writing robust software applications for the iOS platform. As an engineer I believe in clean code, written by following best practices. As a private contractor I value professionalism and integrity. Over the past years, I have been working with a wide range of frameworks including Apple's Core Data, Map Kit, Social, Event Kit, Message UI, Accounts, Address Book, Core Graphics, UIKit and 3rd party libraries such as AFNetworking, Parse SDK, StackMob SDK and many more. I really enjoy working with technologies such as Core Data, in a client-server architecture. I also have experience with the Ruby programming language, the Rails framework and the Sinatra DSL, where I can deliver full stack RESTful interfaces for your projects. I am seeking opportunities to build apps for the iPhone and the iPad from the ground up or to improve an existing project.
I'm an experienced developer, mostly working with Ruby. Currently I'm looking forward work on small/medium size projects to apply my techniques based on agile development and the know-how I got in the past years.
For more than ten years I have worked extensively in the software development and hosting industries. I am an expert Linux and Unix system engineer, and can deploy and configure any software stack that is based on Linux for optimal content delivery. I excel at MySQL database design, optimization, and administration. I am a seasoned software developer and have extensive experience with many languages including Java, Python, PHP and Ruby. I also have significant experience with customizing, deploying, and adminstering open source web applications, application frameworks, and application servers. I have worked locally, overseas, and with colleagues and clients overseas via the internet. If you look at my work history here, you will note that i 'disappeared' in February 2011. Indeed I did disappear, I was in a very bad car accident in Bangkok, Thailand, where I was living at the time, and was nto able to get out of bed or use a phone or computer for roughly a month. I now reside in Austin, TX again full-time I do not disappear typically, my present and previous employers can confirm that if you are hesitant based on feedback from 2011.